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EC number: 905-562-9
CAS number: -
Due to the technical challenges of testing
volatile substances, a TLM-EqP modeling framework was used to support
terrestrial effect values derived experimentally and are presented as
supporting studies. These data were considered reliable and comparable
to experimentally derived values. According to the TLM QSAR modelling,
the most sensitive species for both short term (LL50) and long term
(NOELR) endpoints was Folsomia candida. The F candida LL50
values range were between 12.417 - 41.844 mg/kg soil dw, with m-xylene
the test substance predicted to have the lowest value. The NOELR values
range between 2.379 - 8.016 mg/kg soil dw, with m-xylene the test
substance predicted to have the lowest value.
Screening Assessment Report (Environment Canada 2014) reports a 14 day
NOEC for earthworms of 16 mg/kg dw from ESG International (2002).
Screening Assessment Report (Environment Canada 2014) presents results
from ESG International (2002) for Collembola of 14 day LC25 of
259 mg/kg dw (fine clay loam).
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